Yesterday Amy learned how to open the fridge door. I heard a lot of racket in the kitchen that didn’t sound like her usual “emty the dishwasher tabs container” noise and went to see what she was doing. She was emptying the fridge shelves to use them as a ladder in an effort to get some cheese. She just looked up at me with a big smile and said “cheese?“. Too cute, but very scary. I wonder if I can run the network cable myself. I can’t go downstairs anymore unless Amy is napping. šŸ™

Last night I couldn’t sleep so I woke Doug up at midnight for some company. He is such an understanding husband. This morning I awoke to Godiva chocolates and an etched glass paperweight. He got a new candle and a bag of green M&Ms.

Our blog buddy in Australia whose wife gave birth to their fourth daughter only a couple of days ago crashed his motorcycle and broke his collarbone. Those two need a live-in nurse for a while.

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  1. feel free to come over
    I asked my mum to come from new zealand – and she would have but her passport is flying its way around the world getting visas in preparation for their big overseas trip coming up.
    they are going to be gone for 4 months and landing in some real obscure places.
    so she cant come and visit!

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